Bruno Bernard’s ‘Marilyn: Intimate Exposures’

Marilyn: Intimate Exposures, showcasing the work of the late Bruno Bernard and authored by his daughter, Susan Bernard, will be published in October by Sterling Signature.

Two previous books on this subject have already published: the now rare Requiem for Marilyn (1986) and Bernard of Hollywood’s Marilyn (1993.)

Intimate Exposures includes essays by Jane Russell and Lindsay Lohan, and can be pre-ordered from various retailers, including The Book Depository

Product Description

Includes frameable print!
2012 is the 50th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe’s death, and this lavishly illustrated volume celebrates her enduring beauty through photographs by legendary Hollywood photographer Bruno Bernard. Bernard’s iconic photograph of Marilyn standing over the subway grate in a billowing white dress is synonymous with Hollywood glamour and sex appeal, and many of the images here have never before been published. They cover key moments in Marilyn’s life, including her first professional sitting in 1946, all enlivened by fascinating excerpts from Bruno’s journal.
Fans of the blonde bombshell will also treasure the stunning, frameable print included with this keepsake book.

About the Author

Susan Bernard, daughter of Bruno Bernard, is an author, producer, and president of Bernard of Hollywood Publishing/Renaissance Road, Inc. She preserves and internationally exhibits, publishes, and licenses her late father’s work, generating feature articles in The New York TimesTime,NewsweekVanity FairAmerican PhotoEntertainment Weekly, and other journals. Bernard of Hollywood’s famous “Marilyn in White” photograph was chosen as the photographic Symbol of the Century in 1999 by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in its Fame After Photography exhibition.
  • Hardcover: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Sterling Signature (October 4, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 140278001X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402780011

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Thanks to Chris at Club Passion Marilyn

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